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TITAN: Inspiring the Next Generation of Manufacturers

“Everyday when I come into class, my students want to talk about Titan. I think its great that our industry has a leader that makes manufacturing cool again.”

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FREE CNC, CAD, CAM Education

On NOV 11th, we will have a soft opening for our NEW Online CNC Platform.

This platform is being developed to help Schools and Teachers... Hobbyists and Machinist...

By giving them access to over 1000 CNC Machining Projects... For Free Download.

We also will have "How To" Videos for everything Cad, Cam and CNC.

Inspirational Builds, Past TV Episodes, Interviews with Top Industry Leaders and much more...

This part (See attached photo) will be part of a series of cool "Featured Projects" Where students can download drawings and instructions to machine the same exact part that Titan and his team machined on a recent episode of TITAN-American Built. The Project is a Intake Riser for Kalitta Motorsport's Top Fuel Dragster.

You can currently watch the entire Kalitta Episode for Free at

Education Site will drop right onto the above mentioned website on NOV 11th... With weekly updates for years to come.

Part Drawn & Rendered in FUSION 360.
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Kevin SchneiderTell me about the renderings for this series ? What are you using. They look sharp. The content is great and the renderings really sell the content tent.4   ·  1 week ago

Mohammed KakliWhat CAM software will you be using, will it be open to students as well?3   ·  1 week ago

Adam HullJason Stgermain if you're still interested in this field, may want 2 check this out1   ·  1 week ago

Ryan ZeiglerIs the content only for use with Fusion? Or are they generic STEP files or something?2   ·  1 week ago

Burton ViersMuch Respect for this guy , Broke the mold when they made him. 100%7   ·  6 days ago

Ghada AltaiI am interesting ,does need to register or subscribe ??1   ·  1 week ago

Josh ShortWill it work for macs?1   ·  7 days ago

Jonathan OdomI'm glad to see you're using Fusion 360. Having an excellent modeling environment, sculpting tools, and hardcore CAM built into one free program makes it a no-brainer for CNC hobbyists. Counting down the days until Nov. 11!3   ·  1 week ago

Zack MeleIve got to say... If this online education is as informational as it sounds, this will be huge for people in the industry eager to learn.8   ·  1 week ago

Bob GroveWish my job would let us laser operators nest our own parts .... pip 2016 bloowwwssss. Seems like every time in the middle of the night you'll run into a problem with a part wrong hole size or revision ..what a pain in the butt1   ·  1 week ago

Coppage TommyThis is great. I really hope this takes off and people will use it to learn. I work in a CNC shop with about 100 employees I hope I can get them interested in this.Im looking forward to it.1   ·  6 days ago

Lowell KenneyThis is a great video that should be watched by all jr high and high school students, it might make a change in your future.2   ·  1 week ago

Bob HalsteadThe whole idea Of what you guys are doing is awesome. I hope it inspires some of the younger generation to take up the trade. Great job!2   ·  1 week ago

Jon GonzalesI'm finishing my CNC and machinist certification this quarter and I would love to watch this video.3   ·  1 week ago

Doc BakerLol nice picture of the air accelerator plate to go on top of a Roots Blower. Blowers to the front my friend.1   ·  7 days ago

Jean-luc SedaWhere can u go for this lesson??? Very interested in learning more on this.1   ·  1 week ago

Terry SchindlerThis will definitely be a game changer for machining instructors like myself!1   ·  1 week ago

Habib Berkaouinice job Titan ,i am a cnc machinist from tunisia and i really respect what you do1   ·  1 week ago

Michael YisraelThis is awesome, machinists rule 📐! !1   ·  1 week ago

Patrick HughesI've been using fusion for 2 months now. Very nice software.3   ·  1 week ago

John PollockLooks and sounds great! Can't wait.2   ·  1 week ago

Tony HarrellThis is awesome...thank you guys1   ·  1 week ago

Mike DanskinEsprit needs to sponsor titan!2   ·  1 week ago

Barry KnightWould really like to look into it1   ·  1 week ago

Vince HardenThank you1   ·  1 week ago

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NOR CAL - CNC Manufacturing Conference

On Oct 22nd, I will be the Keynote speaker at the Northern California HTEC / CNC Technology Manufacturing Educators Conference. My talk will be on taking CNC education to the next level.

Shop Owners & CNC Educators are welcome and It's FREE of charge.

Hear from great companies like NASA, Autodesk, Stratysys/3D and many more.

Please see the link below for more information and register soon as there is limited seating.
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John McLauryI thought the 14 you were gonna be in Indianapolis what is it for? I can't find any info on it2   ·  2 weeks ago

Alex MurphyWhos speaking from NASA? I didnt hear any of my bosses talking about it.1   ·  1 week ago

Justin EllisWill you be doing anything in Texas in the future?1   ·  2 weeks ago

Spenser O'NealWhere can I get some of those shirts!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Izzy Del ToroYou need to come to Georgia Tech!!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Juan GarciaWhen Houston? Bro !1   ·  2 weeks ago

Aaron DiFonzoMachinists... Making a REAL stand... Every day of the week-1   ·  2 weeks ago

John PytlakI might have to clear my schedule.1   ·  1 week ago

Joe TomickiI allways loved my job. still do1   ·  2 weeks ago

Billy OwensGreat speaker1   ·  2 weeks ago

George SpringerYou go Titan!!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Peter BarksdaleAwesome1   ·  2 weeks ago

Eric BarhamI want to go1   ·  2 weeks ago

Jerome SoltAny chance you will make it out to Pennsylvania or close by?2 weeks ago

Patrick Gary BassDo you have any events on the east coast2 weeks ago

Sergio RamirezWhen are you coming to San Diego?1 week ago

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I will be at AutoDesk University next month!

As a CNC Machinist, I have always been fascinated with design and the end use assembly. I think its the craziest thing that I can get a print and then take a raw piece of titanium and machine it to the specifications documented on that print... My part gets inspected, boxed and then the UPS truck takes it away... Where does it go?

On a Rocket that blast off to the space station? Or an ROV that goes to the bottom of the ocean? Or on some cool product that lives somewhere in between!

All of the Above!!!

Autodesk University is so different from IMTS... It's where the designers go to stay on the cutting edge of technology. As a machinist and shop owner I loved the experience. Amazing keynotes by top industry leaders who unpack the vision for tomorrow... I just love it.

And now Autodesk has taken the CAM world by storm... My World.

I am honored to be involved this year and will be machining some really cool parts on a 5 axis CNC Machine at the show. It will be a great time to learn about the future of design, software and machining... Remember "Knowledge is Power".

Here is a link to the show:
I know the price goes up this weekend. If you can afford it and it makes sense... I think its a great investment and opportunity to learn and network. If you can't make it, just keep making it happen and try to follow everything Autodesk does... They are taking over Manufacturing in a huge way!

-Titan Gilroy
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Arnold McCollaumAs a machinist for 49 years I would love to see more owners invest in all cnc technology. The government should give tax credits for investing in training and equipment. America needs to take back the lions share of manufacturing and build in America.20   ·  2 weeks ago

Brad HenckTitan how do you make out at ImTS did you buy the Mazack ordid you get a Haas we ended up buying five machines all Haas 2-9s 40tape 2-vf4s and 1 -34   ·  2 weeks ago

Mason CaruthersI just graduated from a trade school for machining. Now I feel it was pointless I can't get a job anywhere. I trained on the new hass equipment and learned g codes m codes and manuel. But now I'm about to go work at Mc donalds... looked cooler on TV I guess..2   ·  2 weeks ago

Carl WeissNice but you really need to change to Mori's1   ·  2 weeks ago

Jim PaquetVery good hope the show comes back on 👍👍👍1   ·  2 weeks ago

Joe Smith IIWhat's up with the skin scribbles?1   ·  2 weeks ago

Pete PayneI love these posts, very inspiring. I am learning CNC the hard way ( by trial and error) keep it coming fellows, it is bound to sink in my head !2   ·  2 weeks ago

David DelCarpiniMachinst here, in the middle of old shool and cnc.6   ·  2 weeks ago

Ricky GutierrezLove what you do and do what you what love!.....You taught me that Titan! God Bless!2   ·  2 weeks ago

Matthew MaherMy guys at Lincoln Tech are kicking but,reverse engineering,soft jaws.looking forward to the release of New projects. .2   ·  2 weeks ago

Juan GarciaWhat up bros !!3   ·  2 weeks ago

Jamie HartHeaven forbid you worked from a sketch...1   ·  2 weeks ago

Jim PaquetBest show on tv1   ·  2 weeks ago

Billy OwensGreat Company1   ·  2 weeks ago

Chris RuenBridgeport👍1   ·  2 weeks ago

Joe HildingerPretty sure I seen this guy in Chicago recently.1   ·  2 weeks ago

Andy BabinDo ya'll build all your own jigs and fixtures? I like CNC machining but for different reasons. When building Injection molds it is a requirement that everything on the ejection side line up perfectly. With a tall Z available for stack-up as opposed to handing each plate to a different machinist in the shop. I have seen foreign built tools made this way and they are junk. I also like the ability to use a laser eye combined with a ruby/ceramic shank to locate and inspect a part before it ever comes out of the machine. Regardless some things still must be done on manual equipment.2 weeks ago

Carl WeissMy son has always said if you could put a Haas control on a Mori that it would be unbelievable. Hass's are nice for the price easy to program however not the class of a Mori or Mazak. My first CNC in 19881 Okuma LSN10 next was the first generation Mazak Quick easy to program my best CNC's for turning were Dianichi's. I could go on but feeling old!2 weeks ago

Todd TuckerTitian.If you got time ck out or research Siemens and NX. It s a big elephant as far as design and machining.One of the to software in the industry.2 weeks ago

Michael StadlerYour posts are awesome and point out a should do one on the upkeep and maintenance you do on the machines....2 weeks ago

Travez RipleyCan't wait to meet you.1   ·  2 weeks ago

Eric RebmanHahaha...2 weeks ago

Bruce GoodwinCongrats 2U!!..very Interesting info!!..2 weeks ago

Aaron RaymondNeed to show some precision grinding on the show . Holding .0001 tolerances and 4 ra finish On multiple features on parts on shigya od grinders2 weeks ago

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TITAN Education - CNC Machining Titanium

I am getting so excited for everyone to experience my new FREE - CNC Education Platform that is coming on NOV 11th.

If you know a teacher or someone who wants to learn advanced skills - Please Share!

Here is a cool video I just shot in my CNC Job Shop. I talk about how to machine Titanium Aggressively with a Spacial Technique. I actually give you exact SFM and Chip Load also.

Our new online education platform will be free to all teachers, students and machinist who want to learn on a high level. Simply choose projects from a list of 1000 and download for free... Also watch how-to videos, inspirational build videos and my past TV Series Episodes. This is going to change and lift up CNC education in a huge way.

Also, I just posted a great video on YouTube from a series I am doing called How to Build an Elite CNC Machine Shop! CNC Machining Philosophy by Titan Gilroy 😉

Follow my YouTube page and also my Instagram for additional tips.


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TITANS of CNCWanted to share a comment that I made in one of the threads... What do you think? OK, here we go 😉 Like I said in the video, if your from another country you have the right to build your own products... As we have the right to build our own here also. Trade is great if it's fair... When countries devalue their currencies to gain an unfair advantage... it tilts the chess board.. When Germany puts a 19 cent tax on every US dollar worth of product that comes in it raises the cost of our products. Mexico puts a 16 cent tax... We do not put anything which creates a tilt also... Paying the highest tax rate and being over regulated also tilts the board... Giving us the losing end... And still I see products coming back to the US because of talent and ingenuity. Of course their is so much more... At the end of the day, I just want to see a fair and balanced chess board so all can have a chance to thrive...34   ·  3 weeks ago

TITANS of CNCIMCO Carbide Tool6   ·  3 weeks ago

John McLauryI just started doing medical implants, it's a whole new world2   ·  3 weeks ago

Patrick HughesAfter watching this video I had our OM get us a couple of these to run on some invar. Cut our times by 60%. Thanks for the share titan.1   ·  2 weeks ago

Justin RothTitan, I would really enjoy sometime having you come visit our race shop in Charlotte, NC.... I work for Robby Gordon Motorsports. I currently am a graphic designer for the entire stadium super trucks series, but have a huge passion for wanting to learn how to become a machinist as well... Could you steer me in the right direction or offer any pointers ? Thanks ! - Justin1   ·  3 weeks ago

Adam JonesYou should meet the Teacher at A-B Tech Continuing Education His name is Bruce McCurry he has been machining for over 50 years... Great guy to learn from.1   ·  3 weeks ago

Chris Sarenana Sr.Mr. Titan... I'm a teacher at the high school (20 yrs) in California... many schools throughout the United States have started Engineering programs led by Project Lead the Way. A solid foundation in teaching Engineering. By next year we will have Aerospace Engineering, CIM, and Architecture & Civil Engineering. You need to get with them and have this be a part of their curriculum. You are awesome... we are all doing our part to help make this country great again.1   ·  3 weeks ago

Jay WilliamsTitan you're the man bro. I'm a welder now but learning CNC programming, and you're a true inspiration man. I spent damn near 6 of my 25 years on earth locked up. Welding and machining changed my life. You're a good man and I and I love your videos. Keep them coming!1   ·  3 weeks ago

Travis HowellTitan Ty Gilroy , you got it down bro. Love watching your vids. They inspire the " true machinist " to want to be at the top of everything they do , including me.5   ·  3 weeks ago

Nahlon BibeyYou are the man titan! Listening to you talk makes me wanna go into work on my day off and make some chips....BOOM!5   ·  3 weeks ago

Sam MooreWhat is your average roughing doc. On the horizontal lathes on monel.1   ·  3 weeks ago

Ty Stixx EdwardsI love what you stand for brother...keep fightin' the good fight!! \m/ RESPECT \m/ I need to rock your shirts.... GOD BLESS YOU!1   ·  3 weeks ago

Nick BicaOutstanding advice as usual TITANS of CNC! One question, at the speeds and feeds you are talking about, how many minutes of "in cut" tool life are you expecting?1   ·  3 weeks ago

Ken O'SteenMan You are Just Soo Kool & Laid Back"... Butt You Are Soo Organized & Positive About All Things... Gossh" You Are Like a Big Ole Magnet... Luv What What U Doo & Have Done".. Gosh" I Would Luv Too Take My Nephew", My Brother, "Shooot"... Everybody... Too Meet Up With You at a Seminar Or Some Where's... Ken O'Steen - "The Big O"2   ·  3 weeks ago

Jared AndresI'm a teacher. What do I do?1   ·  3 weeks ago

Rob CarrollWhat software are you guys using1   ·  3 weeks ago

Black SabbathHey bro. Im very interested in maching, but i have the use of only one arm. I've done some maching before. But I'm haveing a hard time getting into the business. Can you give some advice. I really love makeing chip. Thanks2   ·  3 weeks ago

Julio Cesar SandovalWatch your show and now looking forward to your CNC Educational Program, I have been utilizing dynamic high speed machining and it's awesome, ordered some IMCO test tools and they are exceptional. I like that your sharing tips and tricks, making us all competitive with over seas jobs.1   ·  3 weeks ago

Jeremy HarshmanJosh Saylor, Jeremy Brock, Morgan Mcglennen, check it out. How great would it be if a company was this progressive to improve and get better without "cutting corners" and improving current processes with better methods/tooling? Pretty impressive machining and he is teaching it..2   ·  3 weeks ago

Ted CarneyI've been a working production machinist for 20 years. I wish this type of informative media was available when I first started. At this point in my career, I'm working for a small shop, a gov. contractor. We machine everything from bronze to titanium including wood.2   ·  3 weeks ago

Evelake HalcyonBoom ! I'm so excited to get back on the tools after 3 years working in Design office ! You have inspired me to get back into the machine shop and put these new strategies into practice ! Super excited to get parts out the door for our customers ! I feel I'm going love learning from you and the boys on the shop floor. I've found a small company here in the U.K. with a passion for manufacturing. I'm going to learn so much. 🙂 Yours Respectfully Evelake2   ·  3 weeks ago

Jeff DyerI watch you shows and have to say thank you for what you and your entire "crew" are doing. Im so stoked to see the effort you put into trying to get us up and running better. Your training program in conjunction with Autodesk is, well, just what we need to help employees and their employers to realize the necessity to improve what they already have at their disposal. I can't imagine the amount of time it took for you to get this going. Your awesome bro, keep it up. Thanks to Lucas oil for recognizing your contributions. Thanks again.... BOOM!!1   ·  3 weeks ago

Derek SieberEvery time I watch your videos, I flash back to the 90's when I started machining & the guys who were suppose to be teaching me; keep telling me " No You Can Not Do That " ! This time when you are talking about Plunge Cutting & Ramping into a part. I remembered when I wanted to Ramp into a cylinder shaped part, with a 1/2" single insert Iscar end mill. They told me No don't try it! I waited till day shift went home; copied the program & went to work on on changing that cut. To me it was just common sense ; it would have to work! It did work; next day got my ass chewed out to the point I drug up & went down the road got another job @ better pay! Thanks for the memories Brother!1   ·  3 weeks ago

Jason AnthonyI'm an aerospace cnc lathe machinist but you inspire me to get into milling which is my next step, and pushing the limits is the name of my game, I've stepped our shop up in competition just from my testing techniques and pushing the envelope with the new tool and insert technology these days1   ·  3 weeks ago

Ashley Lynn LockhartLove you Titan! This is amazing!! You inspire me so much and I love reading all the comments of people who feel the same way! It is great seeing you execute your vision your way, and I think this video exemplifies that 🙂1   ·  3 weeks ago

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From the Blog

Educate Yourself About American Manufacturing

“Guys like Titan are helping to bring Made in America back, stronger than ever. His story is an inspiration to all of us that anyone, anywhere in this great nation can mount a comeback and make us all stronger for it.”

President of the Alliance for
American Manufacturing


Educate Yourself About American Manufacturing

“Guys like Titan are helping to bring Made in America back, stronger than ever. His story is an inspiration to all of us that anyone, anywhere in this great nation can mount a comeback and make us all stronger for it.”

President of the Alliance for
American Manufacturing


TITAN Speaking Engagements

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Find out why the top CEO’s and industry leaders are calling TITAN:”The most dynamic and powerful speaker the industry has ever seen”.



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